Abstract: in July 15, 1995, Bezos created an online bookstore, where his office was his garage. At that time, the website had almost no stock, and purchased books from the distributors according to the customer’s needs. The site’s first book is "fluid concepts and Creative Analogies: models of computer thinking mechanisms".
in 1994, Seattle, a "start-up fund", looked for talented developers through an online ad campaign to create a precedent for Internet business." Familiarity with web servers, websites and HTML language is better, but not necessary." Successful candidates will be "talented, motivated, enthusiastic and interesting colleagues."". Compensation includes meaningful equity".
interested applicants can send resumes and cover letters directly to CEO founder Geoff · Bezos.
over the past twenty years, Amazon has revolutionized the business world, becoming an e-commerce giant, with annual revenues of over $88 billion. In July 15, 1995, Bezos created an online bookstore, where his office was his garage. At that time, the website had almost no stock, and purchased books from the distributors according to the customer’s needs. The site’s first book is "fluid concepts and Creative Analogies: models of computer thinking mechanisms".
‘s first employee, ·, told reporters in an interview with GeekWire that even Bezos did not expect the company to grow to such a large scale. Jonathan, an early Amazon employee, told Fortune magazine, "the only mission of the early team is to let everyone in the world buy the books they want," says Kirch Moore." As the company began selling women’s fashion, Kindle and other electronic products, the company’s mission has changed. Today, companies investing in TV shows and movies are an important force in cloud computing, planning to provide online markets for local services, and to take the lead in trying to distribute goods using drones.
Amazon’s ambitions may be beyond the reach of any other company. When Amazon submitted its listing documents, its 1995 sales were $511 thousand. It reached $15 million 700 thousand in 1996. In the quarter ended March 31, 2015, the company’s sales reached $22 billion 700 million, net loss of $57 million, which is equivalent to four times the total revenue in 1996.
today, Amazon has become a monster, one of the most respected companies in the United States, but at the same time it has also been criticized. Some describe Amazon as a competitor who does not follow the rules, and has a rather heavy work environment.
, but 20 years ago, Amazon was just starting and was trying to stay firm. Here are some of the early days of joining (and quitting) on the job scene